25 Funny Recruiter Memes

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What’s life without a good laugh? I put together this list of 25 recruiter memes too funny, and true, not to share. I hope you enjoy it! Linkedin Recruiter Memes Let’s kick off this list with a hot topic for most recruiters: LinkedIn! Funny recruiter memes about candidates These funny recruiting memes are all about… Read more »

Amazon Hires 1,400 People a Day [8 Tips on How They Do It]

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The Amazon high volume hiring spree continues. The e-commerce giant now hires 1,400 people a day. “Amazon added 427,300 employees between January and October, pushing its work force to more than 1.2 million people globally, up more than 50 percent from a year ago.” — The New York Times Here are 8 tips on how Amazon… Read more »

Top 5 Tips for Recruiting Veterans

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Did you know veterans are 37% more likely to be underemployed than non-veterans according to the NY Times?  Here are 5 tips we found for recruiting veterans: 1. Set goals for recruiting veterans Setting a diversity goal is key if you want to get results for recruiting veterans. The great thing about setting goals for hiring… Read more »

The Top 100 HR and Recruitment Blogs [by Organic Traffic]

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There are a ton of great HR/Recruitment blogs. But which ones get the most traction? We’ve compiled a list of the top 100+ HR blogs by organic traffic they receive via Google and search engines (see Methodology below). To give you a sense of their content, we include the top 3 blog posts (by organic… Read more »

Job Board Summit 2018: Most Valuable Tweets

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The Job Board Summit is an annual conference presented by Jobg8. Based on recruiting, The Job Board Summit looks into new technology, recruiting, recruitment marketing and much more. Special thanks to Matt Charney, Steve Levy, Ben Forstag, Jackye Clayton for keeping all of us up to date through Twitter. We put together a list of the… Read more »

What Google For Jobs Means for Talent Acquisition Leaders

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HR Tech/job board pro Jonathan Duarte was kind enough to give his thoughts on what Google for Jobs means for talent acquisition leaders. 1) Why should heads of talent acquisition/recruiting care about Google for Jobs? The biggest impact Google For Jobs will have is simply increasing the volume of active candidates applying to jobs. That’s… Read more »

#SourceCon 2017 Conference Summary

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SourceCon’s first leg of its twice-a-year conference, which is focused on Sourcing, Recruiting, and Talent Acquisition, concluded this week. Sourcecon was packed with industry leaders, experts, and pros who shared insight and strategy on everything from candidate engagement strategy to artificial intelligence and machine learning. Don’t worry if you missed Sourcecon, here’s a brief rundown… Read more »

Best Tweets From The TA Tech Conference 2016

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The Human Resource Executive TA Tech Conference had Twitter ablaze the past couple of days. The conference was focused on talent acquisition technology in 3 areas: Sourcing & Assessment, Candidate Engagement, and Talent Strategy. Here are some of the best tweets from the TA Tech Conference:   @RGoldberg began to show pics of employees in… Read more »

Linkedin Talent Connect 2016 Top Tweets From Day 3

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Here are some valuable nuggets, numbers, and insights on the talent industry from Day 3 at Linkedin Talent Connect:   Top drivers of engagement at LinkedIn #TalentConnect pic.twitter.com/BDNXkdmA62 — Glen Cathey (@GlenCathey) October 7, 2016   Lever’s research found 1 in 16 referrals are hired. For reference, Tableau’s ratio is 7:1. #talentconnect pic.twitter.com/4rIzB9fP4z — Glen Cathey… Read more »

HR Tech Conference 2019 Top Tweets From Day 3

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Back at for Day 3 of the HR Tech Conference! Here were some top tweets and insights:   How has employer value prop changed? 1) We know now how employees feel about the company (social). – @TrishMcFarlane @Madtarquin #HRTechConf — Brian Halligan (@brianhalligan) October 6, 2016   Employer value prop used to be about benefits…. Read more »

Linkedin Talent Connect Top Tweets From Day 2

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Day 2 of Linkedin Talent Connect had social media buzzing with tons of valuable nuggets, numbers, and insights on the talent industry. Here were some of the top tweets: Eek! The average candidate spends 14 seconds on your #jobdescription, so creating compelling content is super important. #TalentConnect — Greenhouse Software (@Greenhouse) October 6, 2016 90%… Read more »

Linkedin Talent Connect Top Tweets From Day 1

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Linkedin Talent Connect the premiere annual event for the global talent industry started on Wednesday October 6th and provided some great insights and numbers on the current and future landscape of recruiting and talent acquisition. Here are some top tweets from Day 1:   “Brands who are social are 68% more likely to attract the… Read more »

Layoffs: One Company’s Trash Is Another’s Recruiting Treasure

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If you’re a company that heavily relies on engineering and sales talent, keep an eye on companies who are downsizing (laying off people).    In late 2015 Twitter decided on a big layoff estimated at about 8 percent of its workforce, with particular emphasis on product and engineering departments. This sparked a huge hiring frenzy in… Read more »

12 Tips For Companies That Recruit in India

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I recently met with Indian futurist Arjun Khanna — he’s had an interesting background representing the Indian presence of multi-nationals such as CBRE, A.T. Kearney, Hewit Associates and Mercer.   Heck, he was even Chief Happiness Officer of Bennetton Group in India. I asked him for recruiting tips for businesses choosing to launch a new presence in… Read more »

The 80/20 of Hiring: How Your Next Star is Worth $30,457,216

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The top star of your next 100 hires should generate about $30,457,216 in revenue per year. Believe me? That’s the math for the top hire at an average S&P 500 company (and makes Facebook’s hacquisition value of $500K to $1 million per engineer look downright cheap!). Let me explain the math behind the $30 million claim: First off, we… Read more »